Feeling randy for something bigThis is one of the widest dildos that I have found without unneeded (and unusable) length added at the same time. It has served me well when I seek a more active anal session and want something to thrust easily. I regularly take the Pure 2.0 without warm-up, so the softness of the silicone was a bit of a letdown for me. However, that doesn't keep this from being one of my favorites.
-Wide girth without added length
-Wide base allows for various uses
-Wide base allows for various uses
-Silicone is softer than I prefer, which I dock a star for
This toy is designed for someone who is more interested in width than they are length. I purchased this because I enjoy the fullness and stretch of large plugs, but I was interested in a wide option for thrusting. The fullness it can provide lends it to plug usage when sitting. However, this toy is more of a dildo than it is a plug, so it is ideal for thrusting whether done solo or through pegging. The base of this toy is intentionally wide for harness use. I've only used this toy anally, though I can imagine size queens enjoying its savory girth vaginally as well. There is a strong suction cup built into the base, though I have limited use utilizing it.
The silicone construction of this toy was part of the allure for me. The majority of my plugs are silicone, so naturally I was drawn towards a silicone dildo when looking for something to thrust. The surface of the silicone is smooth, and it is fairly squishy. The glossy texture is similar to that on my Tantus Ripple Large and Severin toys. Unlike the aforementioned toys, the silicone is soft, more squishy, and more flexible. The glossy texture is fine with me, especially for thrusting. However, I wish that it was much more firm. I have become accustomed to the firmness of Tantus's "Cowboy" line of toys, and since I am used to more advanced diameters, I was seeking something with less "give".
The width to length ratio doesn't follow that of a typical dildo. The head measures 2 1/4" in diameter. The widest part of the shaft is 2 1/8", then the shaft narrows slightly, and then it flares up slightly to a 2" diameter neck base. The toy is difficult to measure because the shape isn't symmetrical in the key width points. That shape is obviously due to the curved, somewhat realistic penile design. A reason that I selected this toy was because it didn't have veins and wasn't overly realistic, but the curvature and pop that the head invokes on insertion are welcome. The size may sound advanced on paper, but I think it's only intermediate for anal use since the silicone is so soft and flexible.
The toy performs the purpose of filling penetration and moderate prostate massage nicely. It doesn't open me up as wide as I was hoping, due to the silicone composition, but that is only a minor negative. The curvature eases directing the toy towards the prostate, and I imagine it could do the same for the G-spot. The suction cup in the base allows use in the shower. However, I prefer to use gravity for up-down thrusting movements, rather than forward-back, so I have used it rarely in the shower.
Silicone is almost as easy to care for as my stainless steel toys. I can't use silicone lubricants with it, but it cleans off just as easily as stainless steel. I just use some soap and hot water. This toy can also be boiled if disinfection is required. Because the silicone is the softest of all the silicone toys that I own, I have stored this toy upright at all times. I'm not sure if that is necessary, but I was worried it would become deformed on its side.
Since the silicone of this toy is softer than I would have preferred, I wish it was offered in multiple sizes. I wanted something a bit shy of my current maximum width (2 1/2") to thrust with, and a firm toy that maxes out at 2 1/4" like the head of this toy would have been ideal.
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